One of the perks of RVing is that your water is nearly always free.
Just add a drinking water hose and you’re usually set.
For most of us working as Gate Guards, the company provides your:
Red Diesel (dyed red to discourage theft)
A Field Supervisor who keeps you supplied with all of the above
It’s a good deal, except for the water.
You can shower with it and wash the dishes.
If you’re fortunate enough to have a washer, you can do laundry with it.
I hear some folks water the road with it.
About the only thing you can’t do with the water is drink it.
There’s something in the water…
I’m not a water connoisseur.
Just plain tap has always been fine by me.
I tend believe the conspiracy theorists that say most bottled water comes from a sink not a spring.
I’ve never felt the need to buy bottled water.
The problem with bottled water, a part from the environmental considerations, is that it makes you thirsty. It may just be one of the greatest marketing ploys of our time!
I’d heard rumors, so yesterday I bought a bottle of DANSI.
According to Wikipedia, Coca-Cola (the company, not Coke, the soft drink of Texas) uses tap water from local municipal water supplies.
They filter the water and add:
Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom salt)
Potassium Chloride – Warning: not to be ingested if dehydrated!
Sodium Chloride (plain old table salt)
Wiki got it right. At least re: the ingredients. It’s all on the label.
Bottled slightly salty water which will make you thirsty enough to buy more bottled slightly salty water!
I buy my water at the water re-filling receptacle at the Super S for .35 a gallon. It probably comes from a tap out back.
Personally, I like my water in the form of coffee.
I don’t consider coffee a vice. I consider it an essential daily beverage.
When I feel like a real splurge, there’s nothing like a tall, skinny double shot latte.
Some people would argue that it isn’t really water once you add the beans.
But then, there’s always something in the water…